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breaking news in denver. a lot of police near the colonial manor motel investigating a shooting near i- 70 and clayton. this is just west of the purina plant. at least one man has been shot and taken to the hospital. we're talking to police right now and we will bring you more information when we get it also breaking your federal and harvard. denver police are investigating another shooting. police say two people were hurt and taken to the hospal caught. the former israeli president has also died. in 1994, he won the nobel peace prize and fought for the country's independence. he filled nearly every government position in an unprecedented seven decade political rear. he was 93. a large orange sign telling this family to stay out of their own home. they say they are being forced off their property and their house called uninhabitable. >> they have been living in
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>> jennifer kovaleski is there tonight and the city says they can't stay. >> reporter: if your home is deemed uninhabitable by the city, you can't live anywhere on the property. the family says they know they are breaking the law by living this man in their backyard but they say they have nowhere else to go. >> this is where i sleep right here. >> reporter: marilyn calls this surviving. >> charity she puts her feet up here. wayne sleeps in a very the. >> reporter: the family of five had been living in their backyard since june. an electrical fire left their home uninhabitable. >> dirty clothes here, clean clothes here. this is where we store food. >> this is not the way we want to be. >> reporter: she says it has been one minor -- nightmare after another. >> i just want my house back.
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i felt like i had stupid written across my forehead. >> reporter: she says to contractors still thousands of dollars. the insurance money dried up. she says they had nowhere else to go but here. >> why can't i live on the property that i pay taxes for? and where i pay the mortgage you know? why not?. the city says they can't live on the property because it has a spokesperson tells denver 7 their home needs to pass several inspections before anyone can safely live here. >> all we have to do is make sure drywall is up. >> reporter: several neighbors have complained while others feel for the family. >> they shouldn't have to be anywhere else. this is their house. >> reporter: the family says this is all they have left. >> i will go down fighting. this is my home. >> reporter: the family says they hope to have the home up
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in the meantime, they are due back in court next week where they could face fines for staying on this property. jennifer kovaleski reporting live for denver 7. >> thanks for that report. nothing short of terror for plate -- parents and young athletes. a truck came barreling through this park. thank goodness the battles cage. the driver had to be taken to the hospital. denver 7 spoke to police. they say they are still trying to find out what went wrong. new details about a tragic school bus crash with the legacy high school football team. investigators say the bus had no obvious problems before the crash. this nnw report comes as we learned one of the coach's injured in the crash is returning to the field this week. wayne voorhees and two other coaches were injured and the driver was killed. police are still investigating what caused the driver to lose
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. we are following this developing story tonight of a suspect accused of driving high- end crashing into state troopers during a high-speed chase last year among month. and this you don't see everyday in castle pines. the s.w.a.t. team flooding the street in a gated community. tonight, a 28-year-old is in custody accused of shooting a gun in and out of one of the homes. marshall zelinger, the first one on the scene, was unusual for a couple reasons. >> reporter: the first reason was location. it happened inside this gated community which you can see inside of if you are -- if you are on north daniels road. we had drivers pulling over asking us what is going on inside castll pines village. the second reason is the father of the suspect here is an aurora police officer. i found out he and his wife helpee negotiators end the
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the sheriff tells me that is because the person they were here for was shooting a handgun outside one of the homes. that person was 28 years old. he ran to a neighbor's house and that is where the standoff ended. officer and i found out mom and dad helped negotiators, letting them know how many guns were in the house and how many there were access to. the circumstances here made negoti i nottced a drone flying overhead. i asked the sheriff if hh was throwing every resource at this. he told me the office doesn't have a drone yet. that might just be a nosy neighbor. the 28-year-old was arrested and could face trespassing charges for ending up in the neighbor's house. no one was hurt in any of this. live in castle pines marshall zelinger. whether it is the result of everyone having a camera or
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this often kind of doesn't matter for the reputation of the 16th street mall. once again overnight, this. a nasty, nasty fight. this time on california street. this may be hard to believe but this is an improvement. stay with me here. police arrived at that restaurant within two or three minutes of the fight and made an arrest. nobody was hurttwhich is pretty impressive because it stems from this. we all remember this urban traveler. he was wildly swinging that pipe -?into people at the 16th stree mall the summer. because of that case and on -- -?and a couple others, the city has taken steps to improve safety and quality of life. they have added private security, additional lighting, and more officers on patrol. we have great new video to show you of a lakewood five- year-old making big strides in
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west metro post this photo of her taking her fears -- her first steps since being rescued. she was found hiding in a closet just over two weeks ago during the fire. creepy clowns threatened to shoot uu greeley schools. police ssy it's a hoax but it still kept northridge high school students home today because they were scared. it started as a facebook post claiming clowns would shoot up the park on halloween but that morphed into s school's. last night, police were flooded with calls from current -- from concerned parents and reports of clown sightings. >> there was people commenting afterwards that they were getting off work and they supposedly seen clowns around and it went viral. >> investigators traced the post to a 15-year-old but it is unclear if he actually created or just reposted it. crossing east colfax on foot is like a game of frog or
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that is why this group is trying to change things. liz gelardi went to colfax and found where the problem lies. >> reporter: colfax, a vital thoroughfare but business owners feel like it's forgotten. >> we have an issue where we get flooded every time it rains. >> reporter: at the sawyer lounge, the owner says poor infrastructure is costing him money. >> anytime we know it's going to rain at night, our staff has to come out locket. spanning 9 miles of colfax got together to form the colfax collaborative, asking the city for half $1 million to improve sidewalks, curbs, and the overall look and feel along this major corridor. this entire vision for colfax
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trying to improve pedestrian safety. anyone trying to cross the street, walk or bike here knows what we are talking about. >> i think there is a lot of jaywalking and blocks that could use more enhancements to provide safety. >> reporter: dan shaw is with the west colfax business improvement district. he brought us to this intersection for a reason. >> there is no on street parking. the traffic is so close. >> reporter: that's why businesses are coming together with one voice, hoping they won't be ignored anymore. >> when it cometo can't leave it behind. >> the deadline to petitiin for moneyyis tomorrow. i have reported on this next story all ddy and it makes me more angry every time. this note was left on a disabled veteran's car in colorado springs. it says "you sure don't act or look handicapped. don't care what you think. oak grove >> i can't believe people judge based on how someone looks. >> catherine rodriguez served
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anaphylactic shock and she now suffers from seizures. whether a disability is visible or not here in colorado, all you need is a placard or license plate as proof. i have been busy trying to keep up with the apples on my apple tree. in a new story, it's called the community fruit rescue. the reason these neighbors are helping get the fruit off the trees. >> one of many stories we have coming up. would you be the first human mars? the man putting this trip together has a dire warning if you choose to go. who doesn't like free? a you can see one of the biggest country stars without a ticket. temperatures are high but
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let's get you back to breaking news in denver at the colonial motel off i-70 near the pure reno plant. liz gelardi just got to the scene. i know you have learned more about what happened. >> reporter: we know one victim is in critical condition and police are still looking for the suspect after that person ran away from the scene. i want to show you what the scene looks like here at the colonial motel. you can see police lined up and the entrance taped off here at 46th and thompson. sources are telling me a door
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shot in the head at point-blank range. he was taken to the hospital bbt again, he is in critical condition. it also sounds like there were other people inside that same unit that he was in, inside possibly a motel room. we are not sure. to others were inside when the door was kicked in. they are said to be okay. that is what sources are telling me right now but police are still investigating, still looking for that suspect at this time as i try to figure out what happened. liz gelardi, denver 7. >> there's a big effort to make sure your favorite trails stay beautiful. jefferson county is cracking down on vandals doing damage on lookout mountain. remember when these people were caught spray painting rocks in the area? there are extra signs out there and you will see patrols to make sure nature is left alone. boulder county has seen a huge fruit harvest but
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be bad. >> adam hammond shows us an interesting solution to keep bears away. >> reporter: how great would it be to have an apple tree like this in your yard? fresh apples whenever you want, maybe apple pie or jam. but i am telling you, this thing is also a bear magnet whicislot of these apples are ending up here instead of up there. >> these are good like perfect >> reporter: fall weather means it's apple picking time. william is harvesting an apple tree in his yard. there is a strong incentive if he doesn't get them often time. they rot and the bears will be over for a feast. >> invariably, i have more fruit than i have time to eat it or family enough to eat it. >> reporter: that is where a group called community fruit rescue steps in. william gives them a call and
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fruit. >> residents are overwhelmed with the harvest and a good year hits, all of this is going to waste, attracting bears. it makes a mess and it's not good for the bears. >> reporter: so instead, volunteers organize neighborhood harvest like this one to get the fruit. the group divides the apples and two thirds with one third going to the homeowner, another third to the volunteers and the last third going to the community. the bruised fruit goes to a wildlife sanctuary. ethan created the not profit -- nonprofit and says it's huge on the front range. >> we are having hundreds more residents registering their trees and hundreds more volunteers joining us. we have a harvest every single day right now. >> reporter: the group is also teaching tree owners how to make applesauce, wine, 3 dehydrated fruit, and more to limit the amount of fruit that
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say this year, there could be 1,000,000 pounds of apples right here in boulder alone that have to be harvested so they need some volunteers to come out and help harvest from trees like this one. if you would like to register your tree and get some help for your self, check out their website at and we will link you through this story. i am adam hammond for denver 7. >> love that idea. douglas county deputies ar women, suspected of going on a shopping spree at kohl's using a stolen credit card. deputies believe thee snatched the card from 24 hour fitness in highlands ranch. please call police if you recognize them. a disabled 27-year-old is dead. investigators say he weighed less than 90 pounds because his mother, carol carpenter, reportedly didn't feed or give him water. this happened in distillate county. neighbors told our partners at
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wws frail and caring for her son by herself. a man not wearing a seatbelt was killed this morning on parker road. police say he was speeding, it was still dark and he didn't have his lights on. that is when he was hit by a turning truck and thrown from 3 the car. this is just one more awful addition to a sad statistic. cdot says today 150 people have died so far this year in colorado because they weren't wearing seatbelts. thstarted a new campaign warning people to country music fans, it's not everyday this comes around. brad paisley is performing a free concert on thursday at the u.s. air force academy in colorado springs. it's part of his country college nation to her. he takes the stage at 8:00 and the best part is it's open to the public. >> i love brad paisley. tonight, hundreds of people
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santa cruz, california. they have scorched 1500 acres. one home has burned. extra planes have been brought in to help firefighters. we have been dry as well in colorado. look at this son shut -- sunset shot. you can see the dust from cars going by a.m. very little clouds in the sky. just a few to the southwest but no moisture. since the first of the year, we have had about 10.3 inches of moisture. that is almost 2 inches below normal b we had a fairly wet spring. you take a look at what has happened since june 1. just over 3 inches of moisture and that is almost 3 1/2 inches below normal since 1 june. we could use somm moisture. not much coming in the next couple of days. in denver right now, mostly
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65 degrees downtown, relative humidity at 19%. winds out of the southeast at 3 miles per hour. skies are clear and lows in the upper 40s to low 50s by morning. the normal low is 44 degrees. low 80s tomorrow with that normal high in the mid-70s. nothing on the radar screen close by but around the nation, scattered showers over the upper midwest. a few in the mid-atlantic and some with a minor upper air disturbance down here in arizona. in colorado, we are in between this operator disturbance in the stronger one over the great with that, we stay mild and quiet through wednesday, thursday, and the western system weakens but brings a slight chance of showers coming on friday. a stronger one may change the weather pattern for us early next week. a big high pressure system at the surface dominating our weather and blocking anything from coming our way for the next 24 to 48 hours. 47 degrees tonight in denver, 34 degrees leadville, 48
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tomorrow, sunshine and back into the low 80s with mid-80s over southeastern colorado, 60s and 70s in the mountains. front range numbers. tomorrow, beautiful but dry pick 6 degrees at winter park, 68 degrees at allen's park. 70 degrees at estes park. low 80s downtown and at dia. tonight, clear, cool and 47 degrees for a low. tommrrow, 82 degrees high. city of sunshine and delightful weather but we could use moisture. the next chance comes with a few showers and that minor system on friday. until then, low 80s wednesday and thursday. by the weekend, slightly cooler with a mix of sun and clouds in the weather pattern shifts. not seeing a lot of heavy precipitation but cooler temperatures in the mid-60s by monday and tuesday. it is oldilocks weather, just right. >> good apple picking weather.
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this is definitely going to happen. the first colony on mars. new tonight, the fine print to have to read before
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personally, i would pass,
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being one of the few people to colonize mars. >> this is the goal of the founder of space x but this 140,000,000 mile trip comes with risks. >> are you prepared to die? if that's okay, then yes. your can't -- you are a candidate for going. >> that is a heck of a sales pitch. you will be traveling in a ship that carries 1000 people but you will travel in comfort to the red planet. >> the hope is to make it affordabbe but the price tag about $200,000. >> i'm staying here. i am lionel bienvenue. we have the latest power rankings. we are talking buffs and we are talking buffs and beavers and the border war. the power of the sun and the wind. it can fuel our lives
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but when washington gridlock was choking the industry, something had to be done. so, i teamed up with republicans and democrats to pass the new laws we needed to help renewable energy grow. protecting the jobs we have and generating more for the future. i'm michael bennet, and that's why i approve this message. i'm michael bennet, and that's nobody told me to expect it. intercourse that's painful due to menopausal changes. et's do something about it. premarin vaginal cream can help. it provides estrogens to help rebuild vaginal tissue and make intercourse more comfortable. premarin vaginal cream treats vaginal changes due to menopause and moderate-to-severe painful intercourse caused by these changes. don't use it if you've had unusual vaginal bleeding, breast or uterine cancer, blood clots, liver problems, stroke or heart attack, are allergic to any of its ingredients
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breast pain, vaginal bleeding and vaginitis. estrogens may increase your chances of getting cancer of the uterus, strokes, blood clots, or dementia so use it for the shortest time based on goals and risks. estrogens should not be used to prevent heart disease, heart attack, stroke or dementia. ask your doctor about premarin vaginal cream. in colorado, we stand together, but congressman coffman stands with donald trump and will support trump for president. trump: oh, no. coffman: i don't know whether barack obama was born in the united states or not. coffman and trump are too dangerous for colorado.
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worce night ever for a would-be groom at yankee stadium until wolof. the ring the engagement was back on. she's got it. the crowd went wild everybody. you may kiss the future bride,
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i first met mike on a fundraising event to help the hunger in ethiopia. i was an aurora scholar this year. at his birthday party. mike is a very nice guy. he's a really nice guy. he can do 62 pushups. mike is a great friend to the ethiopian community. mike's not like other politicians. he's not like other republicans. i think he's better. mike's one of us. he's one of us. mike coffman es uno de nosotros. mike is one of us. i'm mike coffman,
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